At Home With The Auditorium Presents Dancers from Ensemble Español Spanish Dance Theater

The Auditorium Theatre’s new weekly video series, At Home With the Auditorium, brings Auditorium Theatre performers into viewers’ homes while the theatre is closed to the public. The Sunday, April 12 installment of the series features dancers Samantha Micklewright and Jonathan Pacheco from Ensemble Español Spanish Dance Theater.

Micklewright will be performing the 2010 piece, “No Me Olvides / Do Not Forget Me,” choreographed by Ensemble Español Artistic Director Irma Suárez Ruiz , as well as the 1976 piece, “Fandangos de Huelva,” choreographed by Lola Montès. Pacheco will be performing the 2015 piece, “Nuestro Camino / Our Path,” another dance choreographed by Ruiz, in addition to the 2020 piece, “El Aire Que Respiro / The Air I Breath,” which Pacheco choreographed himself.

WHERE: Auditorium Theatre’s Facebook Live

WHEN: Sunday, April 12 @ 6PM

WHY: Although the Auditorium Theatre community can’t be together in person at the moment, the theatre’s board and staff are still devoted to connecting with Chicago and beyond. The At Home With the Auditorium series highlights performers from the Auditorium’s past, present, and future. Each performance will be archived on the Auditorium Theatre’s social media pages for those unable to watch live each week. Participating artists, many of whom have had shows and tours canceled, will be compensated for their participation in the series.

About The Auditorium Theatre

Auditorium Theatre, located at 50 E Ida B Wells Dr at Roosevelt University in Chicago, is an Illinois, not-for-profit organization committed to presenting the finest in international, cultural, community, and educational programming to all of Chicago and beyond as The Theatre for the People. The organization also is committed to the continued restoration and preservation of the National Historic Landmark.

The Auditorium Theatre 2019-20 Season is made possible in part with support from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the Illinois Arts Council, and the Palmer House, a Hilton Hotel. Chicago Magazine is the official magazine sponsor. For more information about programming, volunteer, and donor opportunities or theatre tours, please call 312.341.2310 or visit